Heard about the dra-mama care extension – two weeks for the average citizen; a year for businesses; un-ending for unions and Congress?
Yeah. Me too.
But what the news does not address is the un-ending political football all these exemptions will be in the future.
I mean, twenty years from now a party of politicians will be saying, vote for us or we’ll take away your health care. Bitch about the pot holes and we’ll raise taxes. . . been there. They’re still doing that.
Anyhow, we received our natural gas bills for the first ten days of their take-over. I was asked if their promise was good of lower rates. I extrapolated and had to admit that they were of dra-mama level true.
That is: don’t believe what you’re told
And, guess what. Kindle got an up date. I couldn’t seem to find the proper way of getting it, so I purchased a Kindle unit – in spite of asking IT folks “Kindle, Nook or Pad” and getting their answer of Pad.
Amazon promised I’d get mine sometime around the last week of April.
Which didn’t help at all, really. I had a partially read eBook on the Kindle PC. Back to the web search and I told it my problem. It, Bing, took about three seconds to give me a big list and I took about twenty minutes making my choice and clicked.
The choice up-dated Kindle PC and displayed my partially read book before I realized anything was going on.
Wish I could save money that quickly.
Drove the fence line yesterday. Two breaks, one downed tree. The calves are due sometime in April. The grass isn’t green yet in the pasture, I didn’t mow last year after the calves left so the lawn is greening and growing and already needs mowing, and the pasture is brown, brown.
I’ll prep the regular lawn mower tomorrow and exchange the tiller for the tractor mower. Then I’ll think about how badly I really want the pasture scalped.
It’s too bad I’m so lazy.
Why don’t I do it today, you ask? Well, it’s thirty-one degrees today and suppose to be warmer tomorrow.
Lazy doesn’t mean crazy.
From the reaches,